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May 18, 1929. Today,the son of Nobel laureate SV Raman, the world famous astronomer Venkataraman Radhakrishnan was born. Information: Ramesh, Assistant Professor of Physics, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Trichy.




May 18, 1929.
Today,the son of Nobel laureate SV Raman, the world famous astronomer Venkataraman Radhakrishnan was born.
Information: Ramesh, Assistant Professor of Physics, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Trichy.

Venkataraman Radhakrishnan was born on May 18, 1929, in a paddy field near Chennai. Father Nobel Laureate X Raman. Radhakrishnan studied in Chennai and later earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Mysore. He was married to Fran -ois-Dominique. Radhakrishnan's father is Nobel laureate SV Raman. The scholar who followed the last one firmly that he should not be in the shadow of his father's fame. Radhakrishnan was the Vice-President of the International Astronomical Union from 1988-1994. Prior to that, he was the Chairman of the International Radio Astronomical Union, Group Che (Radio Astronomy) from 1981-1984.

Radhakrishnan is well respected in many scientific forums and colleges worldwide. He worked as a foreign consultant for the Netherlands Radio Astronomy (Radio Astronomy). The Australian Telescope National Facility Regulatory Committee has participated in numerous committees such as the Green Bank Radio Telescope of the United States and the National Radio Astronomy Advisory Group. He has been selected as a Foreign Fellow at the Swedish Academy of Science and the American Science Foundation (National Science Academy).


Upon his return to India in 1972, Radhakrishnan took over as director of the Raman Research Institute and held the position until 1994. In 1996, the University of Amsterdam honored Dr. Honoris Causa with a doctorate degree. He is also famous for building very light flying vessels and boats. He began his studies in the field of electronics (Receivers) and then studied the fields of polarization and polarization. As a result, it was able to detect the radiations emanating from Jupiter's bands, such as the Van Allen Belt, and to first know the rotation of Jupiter's black hole.
The symmetry of the 21 cm waves emitted by the hydrazine atoms through the Zeeman effect of the magnetic field. Similarly, the measurements of the wavelengths of the waves emanating from the Velar Pulsar helped to detect the magnetized cycles of the neutron star. Radhakrishnan has published more than 80 papers in scientific journals and international journals. He is also the co-editor of a treatise on supernovae. He chaired the Faculty of Applied Physics and Astronomy. World renowned astronomer Venkata Raman Radhakrishnan left the world on March 3, 2011 at the age of 81.
Information: Ramesh, Assistant Professor of Physics, Nehru Memorial College, Puthanampatti, Trichy.

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